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Originally the English meditation is derived from the Latin ‘meditatio, from a verb ‘meditari, meaning "to think, contemplate, devise, ponder, and meditate". Later the term meditation was introduced as a translation for Eastern spiritual practices, referred to as dhyāna, which comes from the Sanskrit root ‘dhyai’, meaning to “contemplate or meditate”.

With the hectic pace and demands of modern life, many people feel stressed and over-worked. It often feels like there is just not enough time in the day to get everything done. Our stress and tiredness make us unhappy, impatient and frustrated. It can even affect our health. We are often so busy we feel there is no time to stop and meditate! But meditation actually gives you more time by making your mind calmer and more focused. A simple ten or fifteen minute meditation can help you to overcome your stress and find some inner peace and balance. Meditation can also help us to understand our own mind.

Meditation is an intensely personal and spiritual experience. The desired purpose of each meditation technique is to channel normal waking consciousness into a more positive direction by totally transforming one`s state of mind. To meditate is to turn inwards, to concentrate on the inner self.

We can learn how to transform our mind from negative to positive, from disturbed to peaceful, from unhappy to happy. Overcoming negative minds and cultivating constructive thoughts is the purpose of the meditation. This is a profound spiritual practice you can enjoy throughout the day, not just while seated in meditation.

The entire process of meditation usually entails the three stages of concentration, meditation and enlightenment or absorption. The meditator starts off by concentrating on a certain point. Once attention gets engaged, concentration turns into meditation. And through continuous meditation, the meditator merges with the object of concentration, which might either be the present moment or the Divine Entity.

The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful. If our mind is peaceful, we will be free from worries and mental discomfort, and so we will experience true happiness; but if our mind is not peaceful, we will find it very difficult to be happy, even if we are living in the very best conditions. If we train in meditation, our mind will gradually become more and more peaceful, and we will experience a purer and purer form of happiness. Eventually, we will be able to stay happy all the time, even in the most difficult circumstances.


  • Meditation gives you profound experience of muscular, mental and emotional relaxation.
  • Meditation transforms a victim of stress into a victor in life.
  • Meditation improves the lives of people with chronic degenerative diseases.
  • Meditation revives the dispersion of human energies at all levels.
  • Meditation burns the old samskaaras, habits and tendencies in order to be born new.
  • Meditation melts your mind so that you can cast good creative impressions on it thereby increasing receptivity.
  • Meditation plays a vital role in ensuring psychological health and well being of children.
  • Meditation augments the capacity of receptivity and attention and awakens the joy of learning in young students
  • Meditation helps in regaining the point of balance and harmony in every sphere of existence.
  • Meditation provides the perfect conditions for intra-uterine growth of the foetus.
  • Meditation acts as an ideal antidote to preserve child’s natural abilities and creative faculties in the most effortless and spontaneous way.
  • Meditation helps in combating diseases that have sprung up with new dimensions and reached a peak in the last few decades
  • Meditation decreases the requirements for analgesic, hypnotic and sedative drugs.



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